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Sarbacane supports following triggers and actions
All Triggers - A trigger kickstarts the flow
Subscriber opts out
Triggers when a subscriber opts out
Triggers when a new subscriber is added to the selected list
All Actions - Action are the automated tasks
Creates a new list
Adds a new subscriber to the selected list
Removes a subscriber from the selected list
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What is Sarbacane?
Sarbacane is a multi-channel tool for your marketing activities. You can import unlimited contacts, create personalized email and SMS campaigns, and accurately track performance.
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